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Climate Change and Water Quality Symposium

Aug 2, 2011 to


ADELAIDE: SA Water House, South Australia

The symposium, presented by SA Water and Water Quality Research Australia, looked at what climate change will mean for water quality, and water utilities. It featured international perspectives, with presentations from America, Taiwan, New Zealand and Australia. Speakers and contributors include:

  • Jodieann Dawe, CEO, Water Quality Research Australia
  • John Ringham, CEO, SA Water
  • Dr Kenan Ozekin, Senior Project Manager, Water Research Foundation, USA
  • Prof Tsair-Fuh Lin, Deputy Director, Sustainable Environment Research Centre, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan
  • Adam Lovell, Executive Director, Water Services Association of Australia
  • Prof David Hamilton, Bay of Plenty Regional Council Chair in Lakes Management and Restoration, University of Waikato, New Zealand
  • Prof John Little, Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Virginia Tech, USA

The symposium was be held on 2 August, 2011, at SA Water House, in Adelaide, South Australia.

It included an overview of climate change science, an international insight into the climate change preparedness of the water industry, and case studies from New Zealand, the USA, Taiwan and Australia. A program, and copies of a selection of the presentations, are available by clicking on the links below.

Climate Change and Water Quality Symposim: Program


Link to the Project Page


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